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Problem with "UHF Found"

While listing to the scanner it will be interupted. When we look at the screen, it states "UHF Found". How do we get that from not happenign? It is really irratating while listening to something and then it stops because of that "UHF Found". Thanks

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  • dbl_j332 Apr 07, 2008

    while im listening to a police freq., this UHF found thing comes up, and now a cab company comes up out freq i dont even use.

  • Anonymous Jun 11, 2008

    1. Press "Function" Press "Hold" for two seconds to turn on background scanning





    2. Press "Function" Press "Hold" 3 times quickly the press scan a couple of times to turn off background scaning. whalaaaa

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How to clear and restore scanner frequencies.
1. To clear Frequencies
1a. Make sure radio is off
1b Press and hold together HOLD+2+9 and turn on scanner = scanner is cleared

2. Restore factory frequencies
2.a Make sure radio is off
2b. Press and hold together 3+e and turn on scanner = factory frequencies restored

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Posted on Jun 11, 2008

1. Make sure scanner is off.
2. press all together Hold+2+9 and turn on, This clears all stored frequencies (cleans It)

3. To restore radio to original settings after you have cleared it.

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

1. Press "Function" Press "Hold" for two seconds to turn on background scanning


2. Press "Function" Press "Hold" 3 times quickly the press scan a couple of times to turn off background scaning. whalaaaa

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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